To E. Fitzgerald.- Tiresias.- The wreck.- Despair.- The ancient sage.- The flight.- Tomorrow.- The spinster's sweet-arts.- Balin and Balan.-Prologue.- The charge of the heavy brigade at Balaclava.- Epilogue.- To Virgil.- The dead prophet.- Early spring.- Prefatory poem to my brother's sonnets.- 'Frater Ave atque Vale.'- Helen's tower.- Epitaph on Lord Stratford de Redcliffe.- Epitaph on General Gordon.- Epitaph on Caxton.- To the Duke of Argyll.- Hands all round.- Freedom.- To H.R.H. Princess Beatrice.- 'Old poets foster'd under friendlier skies.'
Clark Library has four copies (*PR5572 T51); (*PR5572 T51 1885a); and (Armstrong coll. T312ti c.1 & c.2). Clark Library copy 1 (*PR5572 T51) has no printer's statement at the foot of p. ; the printer's statement appears on p.  in the other three copies
Clark Library copy 3 (Armstrong coll. T312ti c.1): is presentation copy from the publishers to George Francis Armstrong. Copy 4 (Armstrong coll. T312ti c.2): has ownership signature of George Francis Armstrong
Copyright-evidenceEvidence reported by ian frederick-rothwell for item tiresiasotherpoe00tennrich on January 30, 2008: no visible notice of copyright; stated date is 1885.